Proteasomal clevage of exogenous antigen

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R-HSA-1236970
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Reaction [omitted]
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Homo sapiens
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Exogenous antigens are thought to be processed for cross-presentation in much the same manner as endogenous proteins once they enter the cytosolic pathway (Rock et al. 2010). Immunoproteasome components are the major proteases involved in generating the antigenic fragments. The precurssor peptides are further trimmed by cytosolic aminopeptidases and shuttled to ER through TAP for MHC class I loading.

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
20028659 Proteases in MHC class I presentation and cross-presentation

Rock, KL, Farfán-Arribas, DJ, Shen, L

J Immunol 2010
16818754 Role of immunoproteasomes in cross-presentation

Palmowski, MJ, Gileadi, U, Salio, M, Gallimore, A, Millrain, M, James, E, Addey, C, Scott, D, Dyson, J, Simpson, E, Cerundolo, V

J Immunol 2006
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endopeptidase activity of 26S proteasome [cytosol]
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Orthologous Events
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